Playing roulette is a simple game and is suitable for both novice and pro alike. Playing roulette is exciting fun and glamorous.

Roulette is a game of chance but if you know how to play correctly, you can get surprisingly good odds. Playing roulette is fun but even more so when your making some good money.

In part 1 we will look at the basics of the game and in part 2 look at some strategies to win that anyone, even a novice can master.

Playing roulette the table

The roulette table is laid out in such a way to contain 38 different numbers with a wide variety of betting options the player purchases his chips places his bets the croupier spins and if the player’s number(s) come up he collects his winnings

Playing roulette is a simple but has a variety of betting options:

Outside Bets

Any bet that does not specifically include one of the 38 numbers is known as an Outside Bet.

Outside Bets in Roulette are Red or Black, Odd or Even, Low or High, Columns, and Dozens.

Betting On Color

Red or Black simply means betting on the color of the outcome of the spin. Wins are paid at even money.

Odd or Even bets are same. Wins are based on whether the outcome will be an odd or even number.

Low or High bets mean the player chooses to place bets on whether the number will fall on the numbers 1-18 or 19-36. This is also known as even money bet.

Column bets are made by placing chips at the end of one of the sets of 38 numbers designated by the words “2-1,” which pays back two to one if the outcome falls in the selected column.

A Dozens bet is made by placing chips on the areas separating the numbers into three dozens and means a 2 to 1 payback.

Inside bets

Inside bets are placed on specific numbers or combinations. The total sum of the bets must meet the table minimum and betting options include Straight-up Bets, Split Bets, Street Bets, Corner Bets, and Five Number Bets.

Making a Straight-up Bet means placing chips on one of the 38 number options and the payback is 35 to 1.

A split bet means placing chips on two different numbers adjacent to each other on the table with a payback of 17 to 1 for a win. Street Bets allow betting on three different numbers by placing chips on the outside edge of the chosen row. The payback is 11 to 1.

With a Corner Bet, chips are placed at the intersection of four different numbers with an 8 to 1 payback.

A Five Number Bet only has one betting option, placing chips on the corner intersection of the 0 and 1. To win the payback of 6 to 1, the numbers 0, 00, 1, 2, or 3 must be included in the outcome.

Playing roulette is really simple as you can see but to play correctly you need to know the right bets to place to put the odds in your favor as much as possible and this will be covered in part 2

Now you know how to play roulette its time to get ready to win at roulette!

By Sacha Tarkovsky